Chicken Bone Broth {Instant Pot}

 

 

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Chicken Bone Broth {in the Instant Pot}

Whether it’s made from beef marrow bones, or a turkey or chicken carcass, we’ve been drinking some sort of bone broth on a daily basis. Everyone around us is catching the flu, a random stomach bug, head colds, you name it. Not us. Not this year.

And while I’d like to attribute it to our healthy ketogenic lifestyle, I don’t think that’s the sole reason.

Chicken Bone Broth {in the Instant Pot}

I’m obviously no doctor, so I’m not about to give medical advice. However, I can tell you that a daily dose of bone broth has kept bugs away from my family. Because of that, we’ve been roasting or smoking 4 chickens at a time and keeping a steady flow of this tasty broth on hand at all times.

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And not only is this an incredibly healthy thing to drink daily, but by making it yourself, you’re saving tons of money and keeping preservatives, artificial colors, and even sugar (yes, sugar is added to commercial brands!!) out of your system.

Chicken Bone Broth {in the Instant Pot}

We go through this stuff too fast to bother freezing it, but if you won’t be drinking it within a week, freezing small portions is the best method to preserve the broth for future use.

Chicken Bone Broth {in the Instant Pot}
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Chicken Bone Broth {Instant Pot}

Course Main Course
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Calories 10kcal
Author Kendra Benson

Ingredients

  • 1 Chicken Carcass preferably one that was seasoned with only salt and pepper
  • 1/2 Yellow Onion
  • 3-4 cloves Garlic peeled and smashed
  • 1 sprig Fresh Thyme
  • 1 sprig Frech Rosemary
  • 1 sprig Fresh Sage

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to the inner pot of an Instant Pot (we have a 6qt). If you are using a chicken carcass that is already stuffed with onion, garlic, and herbs, don't add the extras.
  • Fill the inner pot with water to the "Max Fill" line. Place the lid on the pot and twist to lock, set the knob to the "Seal" position, and press the "Soup" button (or manual on High pressure for 30 minutes).
  • Once the cycle is complete, you can do wither NPR or QPR (whichever you have the time for). NPR is best but you'll still get a good broth with QPR.
  • Remove as much of the carcass and veggies with a large slotted spoon and set aside in a bowl (do not discard yet). Place a small wire mesh strainer in a canning funnel and put it on a canning jar (we prefer to use quart and half gallon jars). Pour the broth directly into the jars. Tightly screw on the lids.
  • Put the carcass and veggies back in the Instant Pot, fill half full with water this time. Repeat the cooking and canning process the same way you did it the first time.
  • After the second batch of broth, remove any remaining chicken from the carcass and reserve to add to the broth for a heartier soup or to add to casseroles or any other dish you want.
  • Store broth in the fridge for up to a week. For longer storage, freeze the broth in silicone molds (of your preferred size). Remove from molds once frozen solid and store them in a zip-top bag in the freezer for up to 6 months.
Did you know most store-bought chicken broth has added sugar? Not this homemade version, made with ingredients you control. Stay healthy year-round with this low-carb soup base.

 

 

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Last Updated 09/17/2019

3 Responses to “Chicken Bone Broth {Instant Pot}”

  1. I’m starting your keto plan today. I made the chicken bone broth (the 1st batch). After the 2nd cooking, do I combine? Or do I store seperately? Is the 2nd one better than the first?

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    • I combine them because the first batch is a little more concentrated and the second is a little less potent, so combining them gives a balance so one is not stronger than the other. It’s just a way to really maximize what you get out of each chicken.

  2. Could u add carrots and celery to your chicken broth if your just trying to make a clear liquid for someone that is sick?

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